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Banks, markets coping well with ECB policy, may change if more cuts: ECB's Coeure

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Banks and financial markets are coping well with the European Central Bank’s ultra-low interest rates and money printing but this might change if rates were to be cut much further, ECB Executive Board Member Benoit Coeure said on Tuesday. 263 more words

Money Matters

Lord Chief Justice questioned by Constitution Committee

On 27 April the House of Lords Constitution Committee questioned the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, on four main points: the recruitment and retention of judges, diversity in the legal profession, public perception of the legal system, and the programme to modernise the court estate. 611 more words

Policy

Blood Cattle

Blood Cattle: With so much blood shed so that cattle may roam roughshod over the land, it does make sense for us to rethink our meat production and consumption patterns. 882 more words

Environment

In northern France, a Facebook call to aid refugees inspires a social movement

For most of them, it started with a call to action on Facebook. Now, hundreds of people from across Europe find themselves living in northern France, helping the refugees stuck there in whatever way they can. 1,362 more words

#HaitianHOPEster: Archange Antoine

Today’s #HaitianHOPEster features a powerful voice that shows advocacy and a deep concern for his community, Mr. Archange Antoine.  Out of all the features I’ve prepared, he was the first and so far the only one to describe himself utilizing no more than five adjectives!   1,855 more words

Scottish Election 2016: what do the main parties offer deaf children and their families?

With less than a week to go until voting takes place on 5 May, we read the five main political parties’ manifestos, and looked at what they offer in relation to education support. 366 more words

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